Courage Pools Testimonial - Tim & Joanne Stone, Rocklin
Before You Build
1) Reduce Your Risk
2) Do Your Research
3) Make A Checklist

 

Just as no two pools are alike, nor are two pool companies. One of the first steps in mitigating your risk is to understand "Who is building my pool?"
For the average homeowner, understanding what's involved in building an average pool can be challenging. For the intelligent homeowner, understanding what's involved with a quality constructed pool can be confusing, intimidating, and sometimes overwhelming.
Better Business Bureau
Courage Pools has a clean record with the Better Business Bureau.
Just as no two pools are alike, nor are two pool companies. This is where comparing the price for an average-constructed pool versus the price for a quality constructed pool comes into play. Yes price can be a big factor when deciding on a pool design. Access, pool size, and pool options all affect price. However, a critical factor that is often overlooked is RISK. The primary risk factor in a pool project is the builder. Not knowing the pool builder is a huge risk a homeowner assumes.
One of the first steps in mitigating your risk is to understand "Who is building my pool?" This begins with becoming familiar with the pool contractor and its representatives. Remember, proper due diligence is the responsibility of the homeowner.
Do Your Research